Carnival Cruise Line Bookings Increase After Company Announces Plans to Resume Some Cruises in August

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bookings 200% higher than this time last year

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(FOX BUSINESS) – Wanderlust is strong among Carnival Cruise Line fans, according to a TMZ report.

A representative from the American Express travel franchise Cruise Planners told the tabloid that cruise bookings increased exponentially after Carnival announced it intends to resume some cruises in August.

Three days after the announcement, the travel company’s Carnival bookings went up by 600 percent when compared to the three days before the news broke. This current vacation frenzy is notably 200 percent higher than the bookings Cruise Planners received during the same period last year.

Locking down reservations and premium deals were reportedly the top factors for Cruise Planners’ customers.

The company told TMZ that most of the clientele that’s calling in right now can be characterized as young, healthy and eager to travel after being cooped up from the nationwide coronavirus quarantines.

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